The Purbeck School prides itself on high expectations of its school community members. We know, that in order to achieve this we must also pride ourselves on our high level of support for those members.
Therefore, in the instance that someone is finding things difficult, or we notice that someone is finding things difficult, we aim to support them through this.
Below is a step by step guide to provision of support for mental health and wellbeing at the Purbeck School.
Table of Wellbeing Interventions
|Level 4||CAMHS – Mental Health||Family or via GP|
|Child in Need||Via MASH team|
|Child Protection||Via MASH team|
|Level 3||DFCT – Family counselling||School|
|Family Partnership Zone – young people and family support||School|
|Relate – counselling||Family or school|
|Mosaic – Bereavement||Family or school|
|Space – Sexual identity||Self, family or school|
|KORU – drama/arts therapy||School|
|Shadows – Drug and Alcohol counselling||Family or school|
|Targeted Youth Support – custom interventions||Family or school|
|Level 2||1:1 mentor support – Targeted Mentor lead group support, and one to one support for complex needs||School|
|ELSA- Emotional Literacy, interpersonal skills||School|
|Emote control and Emotional regulation – Support to manage emotions||School|
|Not Just Sundaes – Confidence and self esteem||School|
|I Have Never – Confidence, Self-esteem, social skills for SEN / ELSA pupils||School|
|Getting grit – Emotional resilience and ‘growth mindset’||School|
|Anxiety group – Support to manage anxiety||School|
|Level 1||Tutor support||School|
|PSHE targeting specific needs identified||School|